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1959 - Lindsley Lumber somewhere in South Florida
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1959 - Lindsley Lumber somewhere in South Florida

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Can anyone identify the location of this store?


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Guest 20-May-2014 20:14
"You can DO it with Linds-ley's help!"
"You can do it... nothing to it....."
Don Boyd07-Apr-2013 17:56
Thank you Frankie for your research on the location. That still leaves it up in the air regarding location.

Don
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Frankie 07-Apr-2013 16:10
I took a look at the NM location on Google maps. I was wrong on the 90 degrees. But the building shape is still not quite the same as the pictured one. The NM store is now called Jovan Lumber.
Frankie 07-Apr-2013 16:00
And I don't think the store shown in the picture was the NM location. It was more of a 90 degree L shape, not the bat-wing structure shown.
Frankie 05-Apr-2013 03:05
Actually, I think the North Miami location was on NW 127 ST. and 7th Ave.
Don Boyd09-Nov-2011 04:03
Thank you Robert! If one more person also thinks the same I'll change the description below the photo.

Don
Robert Ducanis 08-Nov-2011 05:06
I believe this Lindsley Lumber is on NW 7th Avenue and few blocks north of 119th Street. If I am correct, the homes in the picture would have been demolished to make way for the construction of I-95.
Don Boyd09-Aug-2011 22:52
You're right Jeff and I've changed the location information. Carol City was in the photo's description when I downloaded it and I failed to notice the angle of the center like you said. Thank you for the correction.

Don
Jeff Elman 09-Aug-2011 22:22
Nice shot of a LL, however, this one is not in Carol City. The one in Carol City has the center section at 45 degrees off parallel from 27th Avenue. I worked at the LL in CC in the early 70's.